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LIBRARY 
STATE PLANT BOARD 

March 1954 E-874 



United States Department of Agriculture 

Agricultural Research Service 

Entomology Research Branch 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY. OF SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDES 

By Paul A. Giang 
Section of Insecticide Investigations 

The term "systemic insecticide" was given by Martin and Shaw (269) 
to any compound that is readily absorbed by a growing plant and trans- 
located in the sap stream of the plant in an amount sufficient to render 
the plant toxic to insects that feed on it, A systemic insecticide should 
be effective long enough to protect the plant against insect pests during 
most of its growth, and yet exert no toxic effect either on the plant it- 
self or on warm-blooded animals using it for food* 

The advantages of this type of insecticide are self-evident and have 
appealed to the imagination of entomologists for many years. In 1936 this 
idea was partially realized when Hurd-Karrer and Poos (208) discovered that 
wheat growing in soil containing sodium selenate was not attacked by aphids 
or spider mites. Since then many uses have been made of this property of 
selenium compounds. However, selenium cannot be used to control insects 
on food crops because of its extreme toxicity to mammals, 

A great advance was made in the field of systemic insecticides when 
Schrader synthesized a series of new organic phosphorus and fluorine com- 
pounds in Germany during World War II, Reports on this work published by 
Schrader (376; and by Martin and Shaw (269) greatly encouraged entomol- 
ogists, and the claims of these reports have since been validated experi- 
mentally and confirmed by workers in England, France, Germany, and this 
country. 

Of the various systemic insecticides reported, schradan and demeton 
are the most promising and the most extensively studied. In general they 
are effective aphidicides and miticides, Schradan has been especially 
studied by W, E c Ripper and his coworkers (3Uh) in England; they called 
it a selective insecticide, since it kills only the insects that feed on 
the plants. Demeton can be used as a selective insecticide, like schradan, 
if it is applied to the soil or absorbed into the seeds before planting. 
Besides being a systemic insecticide, demeton also acta as a contact insec- 
ticide and as a fumigant. In these actions its insecticidal effect is 
immediate • 



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The rest Leant pre \t of 

•• absorbed a: thi ■ - 

tivity in killing the plant pesti . tion and I 

nt because it is on . this way that :' a pin 

ir accessible to ting operations MB - 

tected. The selectivity of a :. Lc insecticide • ill 

onl. --feed it killing th< 

selective killing helps to p ievelopnent ' 

of pests, since post-t; nt popul&tioi B held la check by 

beneficial insects. Systemic insecticides have been reported a£ 

promise in the prevention . j - . itted virus diseases in 
ain plant . . 

The hazards associated with the use of systemic insecticides on 
food crops are not known. v or this rear | e in t: 

ies has teen limited to crops such as cotter., youn.- 
trees, an i ornamentals, "ore information is required about the chemical 
products res\ilting from the Gtemics in grow , 

and their effect upon warm-blooded animals. The co- *w- 

ical interaction of systerdes with other insecticides and the effects of 
soil aoplicaticns of systemics also need further study before 
be released for general use. The field for further del 

compounds is wide open, and no doubt more practical and e: :c- 

ticides, less toxic to mammals, remain to be discovered. 

This bibliography was compiled for the information of those ed 

in the study of systemic insecticides. An attempt has been made to incl 
all the references on the chemistry, pharmacology, and .ng 

of these compounds that appeared In the literature q I ecember, - 

It does not include references to syste triad en a:.ir al5 . he 

references are arranged alphabetically according to authors, ar. i the follow- 
ing key is used to indicate the subject matter: 

(1) Schradan (OMPA or octamethyl .••osphoramide). 

(2) Demeton (E-1059, Systox, OT - -[2-(ethyl*ierc. 1] 

0,0-dicthyl thiophosp. v .ate. 

(3) Other organic compounds, 
(li) Inorganic compounds. 



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(1) Anonymous 

1927. Inoculation of trees for scale tried in South 

Africa. Calif. Citrog. 13(11): u39. (3) 

(2) 

19U9« Pestox III. Extensive trials in Worcester and 
Hereford Hopyards with the new systemic 
insecticide. Brewer's Guardian, October. (l) 

(3) 

1°£0. A systemic insecticide in commercial 

production. Nature [London] 16£:100. (l, 2, 3) 

(U) 

1951* A new systemic insecticide. Nature [London] 

167: 260. (l) 

(50 

1951. Bis-isopropylaminofluoro phosphine oxide. 

Gard. Chron. 129: 57. (3) 

(6) 

19^1 • "Isopestox": A new insecticide. Chem. and 

Indus. No. 7, p. 123. (3) 

(7) 

19^1 • New insecticide is selective — it kills only 

bad bugs. Chem. Engin. 58(7): 16U-165. (3) 

(8) 

19!>1 • New systemic insecticide by Pittsburgh Agri- 
cultural Chemical Company. Agr. Chem. 
6(1): 67-68. (2) 

(9) 

1951 • Progress with systemic insecticides. World 

Crops 3: 11*8. (1, 3) 

(10) 

1951 • Self-defense for plants. Chem. Indus. 

68(6): 21-23. (1, 2) 

(11) 

19^1 • Systemic insecticides. Chem. Age 61;: 511* (2) 

(12) 

1952. Agricultural chemicals. Chem. and Engin. 

News 30: 3078-3081. 



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(15) 



(16) 



1952. Systerr.ics fight bollworm. Sci. News 
Letter 62: 130. 






1953* Systemic insecticides under test 

State -oil ere. Chem. and . ews 31: 3 






Anor.yr.cus 

BW ] 1 insecticides. ''Cor: . 
Insect i'.e search and Control. A^r. 

err.. 7(1): 53, 97. 

(lii) 



1952. .'.'ewer organic insecticides pose no health 
problem. Chem. and Engin. .'.'ews 3 : 
5363-536U. (1, 



1952. Syster.dc insecticide developed to control 

plague of cocoa industry on Gold Coast. 
Chem. and Engin. News 30: 17 . 

(17) 

1953. Anticholinesterases. Chem. and Ind. [London] 

38: pp. 991-991. , 3) 



(19) Abramitis, '.-.'alter ... 

1952. recent developments of systemic insecticides. 

or. Assoc. Ecoi . Ent. '.'0. Cent, states 
Br. Proc. 7: 77-78. . . . 

! 2 0) 

1953. Action of certain organic rids as syste. 

insecticider (abs.). Iowa otate Col. 
Sci. 27: 11 . 

(21) Ahmed, ' . ., -nvscm, L. L., Roussel . . ., and Hr- 

■ with the systemic in: 
Assoc, ^out/ . . 

. . -. , in n, . . 
na in tssei 

ophos; 
mar . IM [London] 16?: 3C. - -3) 

(23; • . • • 1 ■ asida, J. . 

sorptl nslor iea 

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(21;) American Cyanamid Company 

1951 • Brief on behalf of the American Cyanamid 
Company in the matter of tolerances for 
poisonous or deleterious residues on or 
in fresh fruits and fresh vegetables. 
Docket No, FDC-57* 121; pp. American 
Cyanamid Company, N. X. 

(25) American Instrument Company (Silver Spring, Md.) 

1951* Radiotagging makes plants poisonous to 
insects. Aminco Lab. News 8(6): 5-6* 

(26) Andersson, II. and Ossiannilsson, F. 

195l« FBrsttk med Pestox 3 som betningsmedel 
Vaxtskyddsnetiser [Stockholm], No. 
5-6, pp. 6V8&. 



(27) 



(28) 



(29) 



(30) 



Anthon, Edward W. 

1951* New insecticides, including systemic 

insecticides for control of black cherry 
aphids. Jour. Econ. Ent. hh: 1012. 



and Burts, E. 

1951 • Systemic insecticides for controlling aphids 
and mites. Wash, state Hort. Assoc. Proc. 
pp. 63-66. 

Appert, J. 

195l« Ls lutte contie les pucerons et les insecticides 
systemiques. Bambey, Cent, de Rech. Agron. 
Bui. 2, pp. 57-61, 



1951. 



[Preliminary trial of systemic insecticides 
against the ground nut rosette aphis at the 
Agronomy Research Center of Bambey. (Senegal}; 
Acad. d'Agr. de France Compt. Rendt. 37 * 
U28-U29. [In French.] 



(3D 



1952. 



The possibility of systemic insecticides for 
protecting peanuts against rosette. Ann. 
centre recherches agron. Bambey, Senegal 1951* 
Minijtire France outre-mer, Direction agr. 
elevage et forets, Bui. Agron. No. 7> 195-203. 

(32) Arthur, B. W. 

1953 • Effort of certain systemic insecticides on peanut 
insects and peanuts (abs. J Assoc. South Agr. 
Workers Proc. 50: 109 • 



(3) 



(1, 3) 



(1) 



(1, 2, h) 



(1, 2, 3) 



(1) 



(1) 



(1, 3) 



(1, 2) 



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(33) Ashdown, D., and .3. 

•.3 on i >1 and 

response of a sec tic J -d as 

a spray, as see: -.ent, or as s;il treatrv 

•Jour. Econ. Ent. hS' 3 2-3 7. (2) 

(3li) Asquith, Dean, and Kane, Nelson 

1952. Mite control with concentrated a iri - • - . 

Jour. Econ. 'Ent. L5 : 60-65. 

v35) Austin, L., and W« 

1953. Two selective inhibitors of cholinesterase. 

-ochem. Jour. 53(1) 5 IX. (1) 

(36) Bailey j Stanley, ., and Smith, Leslie 

1951. Handbook of agricultural pest control. 
Industry Publications, Inc. !.*. Y. 
191 pp. 6ee p. 12. .3) 

(37) bar-.- . , lartln ". 

1951 • Acaricides for control of mites in b and 

pear orchards in southern Zalii a. Jour. 
jn. Ent. >J;: 672-681*. 

(38) Barnes, J. M., and Davis, D. R. 

195l» Elood cholinesterase levels in workers exposed 
to organo-ohosphc • secticides. 
Jour. 173: , pp. B16-819. . 3) 

(39) - 

1953. Crop protection as a health hacar an ) 

Chem. and Indus* No. 26, pp. 62. - 

(Uo) and enz, 

1953. Experimental demyelination with or . 
connounds. Jour. Pathol. Bad 
65: 59 ■-• • 

(Ul) Barron, . . 'r., and Fletcher,. '•". ... 

1951. vintages, li ! iture of 

systemic inse<~ tfl abs.). AaBT« Ajl . 

Econ. Ent. No. Cant« 
6: 9-10. 

(h2) beach, deorge 

I carnations. Florists 1 
•(2606): U3. (U) 



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CU3 ) Bedard, W. D. 

1938* Control of mountain pine beetles by means of 

chemicals. Jour, Forestry 36: 35-hO. (U) 

(hh) Bell, Alan 

195>0. Insecticides produced by reacting trialkyl 
phosphate with thiophosphoryl halides and 
their preparation, U, S. Patent 2,5lU,l50. (2) 

(U5) Bellamy, L. J. 

1951. The infra-red analysis of insecticides, with special 

reference to DDT and the phosphate types. Hnd. 

Internatl. Gong. Crop Protect. Proc. [London, 

19U9i-pp. 16-19. (1, 3) 

(U6) Bennett, S. H. and Martin, H« 

191*8* The qualitative examination of insecticidal 
properties. Progress Report Long Ashton 
Res. Sta., Bristol, England 19u7: 151-156. (l, 3) 

(ii7) — Martin, H., Stinger, A., and Woodcock, D. 

19U9. The qualitative examination of insecticidal 
properties. Progress Report Long Ashton 
Res. Sta., Bristol, England 19U8: 1U9-151. (1, 3) 

(1,8) 

19U9. Preliminary experiments with systemic 

insecticides. Ann. Appl. Biol. 36: 160-163. (1, 3) 

(U9) 

1950. Experiments with systemic insecticides against 

the green apple aphis. Ann. Rpt, Long Ashton 

Res. Sta., Bristol, England 19U9: 90-96. (1, 3) 

(50) and Thomas, W. D # E. 

1952. Experiments on the abscrption and fate of a 

systemic insecticide bis (bisdiTnethylamino- 
phosphonous) anhydride [(CH3)2N]2P0-0-0P 
[(CH3) 2 NJ2. Trans. IXth Internatl. Cong. Ent. 
[Amsterdam, 1951], It 981-985. (l) 

(51) Beran, F. 

1951. Die innere Therapie ein Weg zur selektiven 

Schftdlingsbekampfung. Pfanzenarzt 

U(12): 1-3. (1, 2) 

(52) Bidstrup, P. Lesley 

1952. Clinical aspects of poisoning by organic phosphorus 

insecticides. Roy* Soc. Med. Proc. h$: 572-573. (l f 3) 



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Lidstrup, P. Les. . _ - - , 

.3 foil wing poison Lng by a new r, .ic 
phosphorus . .:'ox). 

: 1068-1072, 

(51i) Blauvelt, . . 

1951 • jpi"ier :ri.Les and their control* 

.... p. 1U9-162. . 2) 

(55) 

1952. Pest control In 1951 - outlook for 1952. 

:.. :'. State rlover Grower* Bui, " 1 •-' . .2) 

(56) . J« A. . . 

>53« Trunk a:. sorption of a syste.Tiic ch^.-JLcal 

coffee. Bui. Eht. esearch [Londo:. .. 
(part 1): 97-100. 

(57) bonnemaison, L« 

1951* '"'ssais orelL-niiiaires sur les . 

• ~etoxiques ou "systerd'Tues" v. de 
Path. Vez. et d'^nt. Agr. de . - 
30(1): 3-15. 



195l» Les insecticides teletoxiques ou "sys- 

[France] Min. re l'Agr. ol, 7ecn. I : . 

57: 223-226. . 3, h) 

(59) I oaae, a. H. c. 

1952. Ver3uche mit einem neuartiren Schadli top- 

fun £s;;iitt el ijr. ban. 

5: 81- . (2) 

(60) Bronson, T, ' . , and Dudley, J. . 

1951. Two systemic insecticides for control of the 
1 aphid. Jour. "con. r nt. I|i|l 7U7-7 C . 

r A. 

1951. Insect con* . John Viley 

-17 and 

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(62) 

. • ■ •: - rlrui 

"[London] 

( 63 ) .,-.,.., ... 

red c- lasma "rmae 

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(6U) Cameron, A, E. 

1951 • Citrus problems r Systemic insecticide offers 
possibilities of single control of a wide 
range of insect pests. Citrus News 
[Australia] 27(5): 67, 77. 

(65) Carson, H. C. 

1952. Isopestox. Farm Chem. 115(3): 22-23. (3) 

(66) Carter, R. H. 

1939. Chemicals and methods used in treatments of 
trees by injections, with annotated 
bibliography, U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant 
Quar. E-U67, 25 pp. (U) 

(67) Carter, Walter 

1952. Organic phosphates as systemic insecticides 
on oine apple plants. Jour. Econ. Ent. 
U5:*981-98U. (2) 

(68) Casida, J. E., and Allen, T. C. 

1952. Absorption and translocation of insecticides (1, 2, 

by plants. Agr. Chem. 7(6): U1-U3, 135, 137. 3, k) 



(69) 



1952. The role of plants in the production of 

systemic insecticides. Com. Fert. 85(2): U8. (l) 



(70) Allen, T. C, and Stahmann, M. A. 

1952. Reaction of certain octamethylpyrophcsohor amide 
derivatives with chymotrypsin. Am. Chem. Soc # 
Jour. 7U: 55W. (1) 

(71) Chapman, R. K., and Allen, T. C. 

1952. Relation of absorption and metabolism of 

oc tame thylpyrophosphor amide by pea 

plants to available phosphorus. Jour. 

Econ. Ent. U5: 568-578. (1) 

(72) Allen, T. C, and Stahmann, M. A. 

1953. Enzymatic and chemical oxidation of dimethyl- 

phosphoramide to biologically active 

dimethylphosphoramide oxides. Nature 

[London] 172: 2U3-2UU. (l) 

(73) — and Stahmann, Mark A. 

1953. Systemic insecticides — Metabolism and mode of 
action of schradan. Jour. Agr. Food Chem. 
1: 883-888. (1) 



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Iher • , 

• • . . -.tecony In | 
rat and its effect f 

r±t« 
Jour. . ath. 32: 'uL.- . , (1) 

(75) Chollet, C. :., •. , . . 

Iy52. Control of a-hids and mites on he; 

or,'or.ic phosphate ir.sectici/ies. Jc 

.::..:.. . 2) 

(76) Ciferri, . 

1950, Systemic insecticides [In Italian.] 

6(10): 22-23. (1, 2) 

(77) Coat , . 

l°Li9. The chemistry of phosphorus insecti 

Ann. Appl/liol". 36': 156-159. . 3) 

(78) 

1950* Preparation and Droperties < 

TEPP. Nature '[London] 163: U97. 

(79) Cochran, J. H. 

1952. r ;anic phosphate lusts on the plum c -o. 

Jojt. Econ. &it. .. -1087 • -, 2) 

(80) Corey, . A., Dormen, ! . ., Eiallj . ., lover, L. 

and V/hitstone, R« R. 

1953. -'iethyl 2-chlorov I e and 

l-carbomethoxy-l-nropen-2-yl pho: 
two new systemic phosphorus pt -ides. Sci- 

ence 11. : ■ -29. 

(61) 'orman, S. C, Hall, . . , sni (•. . '. . 

•53. Translocation studies with two nc.. 
Les« .'•:••..-.. 

(82) , . P. 

- t.icides of 1 1 

• - . 

1 ■ , . .. 

. . . , . ... 

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(85) Craighead, F. C, St. George, R. A., and V.'ilford, B. H. 

1937 • A method fcr preventing insect injury to 
materials used for posts, poles, and 
rustic construction. U. S. Bur. Fnt. and 
Plant Quar. E-k09, 8 pp. (h) 

(86) ■ — and St. George, R. A # 

1938. Experiment al work with the introduction of 

chemicals into the sap stream of trees for 

the control cf insects. Jour. Forestry 

36(1): 26-3U. (3, U 

(8?) Cutkomp, L. X., Dahm, P. A., Stanley, J. T., and 
Abranitis, W. W. 
1952. New insecticides: Hydrocarbons, phosphate 

and systerrdc insecticides. Amer. Assoc. 

Fcon. Fnt. No. Cent. States Br. Proc. 

7: 7U-76. 

(88) Outright, C. R. 

1953* Controlling Anuraph is roseus and Aphis por.ti . 

Jour. Fcon, Ent. T6: 379-381. (2) 

(89) Daniels, Norris 

1952. Control of slider mites on wheat. Prog. Rept. 

Texas Agri. Fxpt. Sta. IU76, pp. 1-3. (2) 

(90) Davich, T. B., and Apple, J. W. 

1951. Pea aphid control with contact and systemic 
insecticidal sprays. Jour. Fcon. Ent. 
14: 528-533. (1, 2, 3) 

(91) David, Alan 

1950. Preventive medicine in weed and pest control, 

Assoc. Indus. Med. Officers Trans. [London] 

11 PP. (1) 

(92) Hartley, G. S., Heath, D F., and Pound, D. W. 

1951. Studies on comr.ercial octanethylpyrophosphoramide 

(schradan), II. Determination of toxic 

residues. Jour. Sci. Food Agr. 2: 310-31U. (l) 

(93) David, W. A. L,, and Kilby, E. A. 

19h9* Preparation and insecticidal action of bis- 
(bis-dimethylamino)phosphonous anhydride. 
Nature [London] 161;: 522-523. (l) 

(91,) ^d Kilby, B. A. 

19h9* A radioactive systemic phosphorus insecticide. 

Research [London] 2: 590. (l) 



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(95) • . . L. 

1950. Insecticidal action of ra" 

dimethylomino) phosphonous an] 

.re* [London]" 16/.: 72. (1) 

(96) 

on fluoroacetate as a 
contact insectici . 
165: h - U. (3) 

(97) - 

1551. Experiments with oivano-phosphorus inse~ 

Ir.ternatl. Cong. Crop Protect. [London, July 

191*9] 2: 91-1-1. (1, 

(96) and Gardner, B. 0. C. 

1951* I- -ens on the :. • cticidal 

action of sodium fluoroacetate and of 

roe phosphorus compounds or. Aphi s f aoae 
Scop. Ann.Appl. Biol, 36: 91-1 / 

(99) 

1951* Insecticidal action studies with biscir.ethyl- 
aminophosphonous anhydride contai. - -P. 

. • : ' . :. 3 1 506-52U. 

(100) 

1952. Insecticidal action studies with bis- 
amino fluorophosphine oxide eont U 

. Biol, 39: 203-210. (3) 

(101) an • Sardine , . 0. C. 

1953* Systemic insecticidal action of nicotine and 

certain other organic bases. An. . . I . .. 

91-] 05. (3) 

, . . , an . _ vent . . . 

3. dilation of insecticides for pea I ircl. 

■ . . : 321-3:3. 1 3) 

(103) Davis, D. . 

2. T:. ct of or *>sphor. or. 

er.. . . . -roc. .. I - (lj 

(10U) Dav I Li , N ., and Sessions, A. C. 

3. On the systemic ac jr. cottar.. 



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(105) Deichmann, William B., Brown, Patricia, and 

Downing, Charles 

1952. Unusual protective action of a new emulsifier 

for the handling of organic phosphates. 

Science 116: 221. (2) 

(106) and Rakoczy, Raman 

1953 • Buscopan in treatment of experimental poisoning 
by parathion, methyl parathion, and Systox. 
Arch. Ind. Hyg. Occup. Med. 7:152-156. (2) 

(107) Dimentjew, A. 

191ii« [On the question of the internal therapy of 
plants.] Jour. Expt. Agron. Petrograd 
15(U): 292-293. [In German.] (k) 

(108) Deuber, Carl G. 

1929* Theory of tree injections. Natl. Shade 
Tree Conf. Proc. 5: 37-38. 

(109) Dicker, G. H. L 

1950 • The strawberry aphid, Pentatrichopus fragaefolii 
(Cock), and its control. Ann. Rept. East 
Mailing Research Sta. 19ii9» pp. 132-138. (1) 

(110) Ditman, L. D., and Burkhardt, George 

1952. Further experiments on pea aphid control. 

Jour. Econ. Ent. U5: 880-881. (l) 

(111) Dovaston, H. F. 

1951 • Systemic insecticides. Gard. Illus. 

68(1): 19-20. (1, k) 

(112) Dowdy, Alfred C, and Sleesman, J. P. 

1952. Systemic poisons on vegetable crops. Jour. 

Econ. Ent. i£: 6U0-61;3. (1, 2) 

(113) DuBois, K. P. 

1950. Food contamination from the new insecticides 
(an address). Amer. Dietet. Assoc. Jour. 
26: 325-326. (1) 

(111*) and Doull, L. 

1950. Cholinergic action of alkyl pyrophosphoramides. 

Fed. Proc. 9: 268-269. (1) 

(115) Doull, J., and Coon, J. M. 

1950. The cholinergic action of octamethyl pyro- 

phosphoramide (OMPA) (abs.). Jour. Pharmacol. 

and Expt. Ther. 98: 6-7. (l) 



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(116) lAjbois, K. P., Doullj ., - Hj J« 

1950. Studies on th«-' toxicity arid pharmacologi . I 

action of octo.- -ophocpnorarJ.de 

(OKPA,. Jour* ol. m • r. 

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(117) an I Jochran, ; :. ..'. 

195l« Inhibition of cholinesterase by dime* 

fluorophospr.ate. Fed. Proc. 10: 292. 

(116) 

1952. The chemistry and the therapeutic properties 
of orranic phosphoruc-cont airdng insec 
Amer. Soc. Hosp. Pharmacol. Bul« 9: 169-17U. (1, 2, 3) 

(119) and Coon, J. 

1952. Toxicology of or, anic phosphorus -bearing 

insecticides to mammals. Arch. In . . yg. 
and Occup. Med. 6: 9-13. 

(120) Deroin, Jere A., and Gkir.aka, Arthur J. 

1952. Inhibitory action c: x on cholinesterase. 
Fed. Proc 11(1): 3U1. 

(121) Doull, John, Okinaka, Arthur J., and Coon, Juli . 

1953* Studies on the toxicity and pharr.acolo L acal actions 

of symmetrical diethyl bi - _- 

phosphate. Jour. Pharn. ind Hxpt . 

107: U6U-U77. ■ 3) 

(122) Dugas, E. L., Concienne, B« J., and Landers, Zharlfl . 

1952. 'velative effectiveness of new and promising 
insecticides against the sugar cane borer. 
Sug. Bui, April If. pp. . - 

(123) Dumont, L. 

19^0. L^ 3 phosphates organiques insecticides "les 
systemiques." '.'ouvelle classe d'insc 
oa 3(19): 6-Ui 

(121) i, . ■ . 

1951. Recont pi n the control of ccf 

wi . . *•:.'■■ 

Control Conf. Pr0C« "••mphis, Te: 
pp. - . 

) Duspiva, . 

1951. B 1 I - • 

si- mit in sock-, aften 

auf . • lamt. 

Undu. ■:-.•«. . . (1) 



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(126) Eaton, J. K. 

19h9» Insecticidal properties of certain organo- 
phosphorus compounds. Nature [London] 
163: U96-U98. (1, 3) 

(127) and Davis, R. G. 

1950. The insecticidal activity of some synthetic 

or gano -phosphorus compounds. Appl. Biol. 

Ann. 37: 92-10U. (l, 3) 

(128) Edwards, Fred I. 

1951 • Chemical and physical properties of organic 
phosphorus insecticides. U. S. Bur. Ent. 
and Plant Quar. E-832, U pp. (1, 3) 

(129) Elliot, J. A. 

1917 • The conduction of cyanide of potassium in 

plants. Phytopathology 7: UU3-Ui9. (h) 

(130) English, L. L. 

1951 • Sodium selenate soil treatments for chrysanthemum 
and carnation pests. Jour. Econ. Ent. kh: 
208-215. (U) 

(131) Ernould, L. 

195l« La lutte contre la jaunisse par 1' anhydride 

bis-bis dimethyl amino phosphorique. Publ. 

Inst. Beige Amelioration Betterave 19(U): 179- 

188. (1) 

(132) Everly, T. 

1951. Spittlebug studies in Indiana in 1950. Amer. 

Assoc. Econ. Ent. No. Cent. States Br. Proc. 

6: 71-72. (2) 

(133) Farrar, M. D. 

19U6. Use of sodium selenate on greenhouse bench 
soil for the control of plant pests. 
Internatl. Cong. Plant Protect. (Heverlee, 
Belg.), Gen. Rpt. 1: hl6-U.7. (h) 

(13k) Fassuliotis, G., Sasser, T. N. and Feldmesser, T. 

195l» Studies on the control of golden nematode of 
potatoes with Systox (E-1059) spray, an 
organic phosphate insecticide. Plant Disease 
Rptr. ^'. 152-155. (2) 

(135) Fenton, F. A. 

1952. Insidious new killers. South Seedsman 

15(2): 23, 7U, 81. (1, 2) 



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(136) Ferj^uson, 0. ., and Alexander, :. C. 

1953. Syst' .-.secticides — Heterocyclic 

carbanates having systemic insecticidal 

action. Jour. .'..-r. Food • ll 888- •• (3) 

(137) Fernando, H. 

1952. N'otes on systemic insecticides. Trop. 

Agr. [Ceylon] 106: 125-126. :, 2, 3) 

(136) Fjel 'alen, Jack 

j. [Systemic insecticides: Liochemical control 
of pests. ] lartneryrhet U0(U7)J ..- . . 
[In .'.'oraegian. ] 

(139) 

1952. Midder 1 Frukttraer : ■ .-rt og 

Baer, pp. 56-72. . 2) 

(HiO) 

1953. Systemic phosphorus preparations ■ 3. .st pests 

on ornamentals [In Norwegian]. Gar* 

hi: 295-298. (1. . 

(liul) Fleisher, Joseph H., and Jandorf, Bi J. 

1952. Metabolism of octaneth. -jphosp 

(OMPA) by liver slices and honogenates. 

Fed. Proc. 11(1): part 1, 212. (1) 

(11*2) Fletcher, Fred . 

1951 • Advantages and future of systemic inse es. 
Amer. Assoc. Econ. Ent. No. Cent. States Br« 
Proc. 6: 10-12. (1, . 

(UO) 

"2. Use of insecticides as seed I for 

the control of soil p^sts attac-: .1 

crops. .■■■•. &880C« . '. . -t. 

States Br. Pre- . 0-52. 

(lhh) Flint, . P. 

15. T. octs of c. on the 1 I -M^rer 

and Uie locu:.t-tro". je 1x2: 726-~ . 

(lii?) Frank!' ... . 

3.1 r pea aphids 

in ilfai Pa hay . . 

En' . : . - v2) 

"0., . P., and Fitxhu.-:., 

Igt of ti : •. - 

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Frawley, John 0«, Hagan, Ernest C, and Fitzhugh, 0. Garth 
1952. A comparative pharmacological and toxic ological 
study of organic phosphates — anticholines- 
terase compounds. Jour. Pharmacol, and 
Expt. Ther. 105(2): 156-165. 

Frear, D. E. H. 

1952. Pesticide Handbook, College Science Publishers, 

State College, Pa, 176 pp, see pp. hh, 19, 

9h, 102, 120, 1U0, 1U6, 1U8. 

Frickhinger, H, W, 

1952, Innere Therapie im Pflanzenschutz, Deut, 
Aroth. Ztg. 92(37): 70U. 

Fuller, Glen 

19U6. Selenium compounds in greenhouse-pest 

control, Internatl, Cong. Plant Protect, 
(Heverlee, Belg,), Gen, Rpt. Is Ull-415* 



19U7* Selenium in plant pest control, Chemurgic 
Digest 6: 113, 115-117. 

Fulton, R« A,, and Mason, H, C, 

1937. The translocation of derris constituents in 
bean plants. Jour, Agr. Res, [London] 
^: 903-907. 

Fulton, Ro A., and Smith, F, F, 

1950, Aerosols prove worth in greenhouse pest 
control. Chem, Indus. 66(U): 539-5UO, 
5U2. 

Gaines, J, C, Ivy, E E., Dean, H A., and 

Scales, A. L. 

1950. Toxicity of various sulfur and phosphorus 
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King, C. E., and Fuller, F. M. 

1952 • Spider mite control on cotton. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. U5: 523-526. 



Pfrimmer, T. R., Merkl, M. E., and Fuller, F. M. 

1952. Insecticidal control of thrips on cotton. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. U5: 790-79U. 

Galley, R. A. E. 

1952. Agriculture poisons. The place of dinitrophenols 
and or ganophosphorus compounds in agriculture. 
Roy. Soc. Med. Proc. U5: 567-569. 



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(158) Gardiner, J. -.., and Kilby, b. A. 

19U9. Radioactive systemic . de. 

es^arch [London] 2: 59' • (1) 

(15?) and Kilby, B, A. 

1950* Organic phosphorus i -cides. Part I. 
Synthesis of bis -(bis -dime i-39J- 
phosphonous anhydride containing ^ 2 P. 
Che;u. Soc. Jour, [London] pp. 1769-1772. 

(160) and Kilby, B. A. 

1950. Some observations of the fate of bis- 

(dimethylamino)phosphonous annydride in the 

rabbit. Llochen. Jour. Ii6: 1XX1I. (1) 

(161) and Kilby, B. A. 

1952. Biochemistry of organic phosphorus insecti- 

ciles. I. The ma-v-.olian metabolism of 

bis-(bis-dimethylami.no)phosphonous anhydride 

(schradan). Biochern. Jour. 51 * 76-^5« (1) 

(162) Gardner, Kenneth, and Heath, D. F. 

1953. Quantitative determination of isoners of 0, 0- 

diethyl ethyl^.ercantoethyl thiophosphate. 

Anal." Chen. 25: 16U9-1c53. (2) 

(163) Garman, Philip 

1952. Experiments with systamic phospnate for 

control of red spiders on greenhouse roses. 

Amor. Rose Ann. pp. 139-1U3. L, 2, 3) 

(16U) Gaaser, R. 

1952. Behavior of selective insecticides which show 

penetrative action in the plant. . 

Bota . .••-. 62: 66-79. (3) 

(165) Gast 

1953. Le developpement des insecticides systemiques 

et le3 resultats de nouveaux rroduits d'essai 

a base d'ureithanos et d'esters ph iques. 

Cong. Pomol. de France. Sees. 83 1 177-152. . 3^ 

(166) Geary, Robert J. 

1953. Systmir insecticides — development of organic 
phosphates as systemic \oc. J< . . 

Agr. Food Chem. 1: 880-882. 



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(167) Genin, G. 

1951. Nouveaux insecticides et parasiticides a 

base de composes organiques du fluor ou 

du phosphore. L' Indus. Chim. 38: 2I4I- 

2h$l (II) 39: l-5j (III) 39: 33-UO. (1, 3) 

(168) Giang, Paul A., and Hall, S. A. 

1951 » Enzymatic determination of organic 

phosphorus insecticides. Anal. Chem. 

23: 1830-183U. (1, 2, 3) 

(169) Gnadinger, C. B. 

1933. Selenium: Insecticide material for 

controlling red spider. Ind. and Engin. 

Chem. 25: 633-637. (h) 

(170) Goodman, Alan 

1952. A new systemic insecticide. World Crops 

Ui 358. (2) 

(171) Gordon, A. 

1925. Injection of chemicals into trees. Calif. 

Countryman 12: 9, 22, 23. (h) 

(172) Gould, George E. 

1950* Preliminary tests with systemic insecticides. 

Ind. Acad. Sci. Proc. 60: 187-191. (1, 2, 3) 

(173) Graham, Castillo 

1952. Control of peach insects with dilute and 
concentrated sprays. Jour. Econ. Ent. 
U5: 738-739. (2) 

(17U) Granger, Mary M., and Leiby, R. W» 

19U9. How plants absorb parathion. Agr. Chem. 

U(2): 3U-35, 79-81, 83-8$. (3) 

(175) Greenslade, R. M. 

1936. The use of selenium in tree injection. 

Imp. Bur. Fruit Production Tech. Comm. 

No. 8, pp. 16-17. (3, U) 

(1 7 6) 

19U8. Pestox III: A systemic insecticide. 

Grower [England] 30 (2U): 1015-1018. (l) 

(177) 

19U9. Chemicals as systemic insecticide in plants 

(Pestox). Mfg. Chem. [London] 20: U35-U36. (l) 



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176) ireenslade, . . 

1. The practical uses of systemic insc :-iS. 

Ilnd. Intematl. 0:1,. rep Prot^-.., rr 

[London, July 19U?] 2: 158-161. (1) 

(179) Gregory, L., Jr., rritch, E. D., ami Stone, .. . . 

1952. Octa'nethyl pyrophosphora.-a.de in thera 

gravis . Am. Jour, Ked. 13: U23 (1) 

(160) Griffiths, James T. 

1951 • Toxicology of parathion and other phoc 
insecticides and precautions for thr 
on citrus. Fla. Agr. Exot. Sta. Bui. No. 
U79, 23 pp. (1) 

(181) Hagan, Ernest C, and Frawley, John P. 

195l« Relationship of blood and brain cholinesterase 
levels to acute oral toxicities of some 
organic phosphates. Fed, Proc. 10(l)l 30U. (1) 

(182) Hall, S. A. 

1950* Organic phosphorus insecticides. Advances 

in Ghem. Series, No. 1, pp. 150-159. , 3) 

(183) Stohlman, J. W. III, and Schechter, H. S. 

1951* Colorimetric determination of octanet' 

•oohosDhoranide. Anal. Chen. 2j>i 
1866- 1668. 

(18U) Hall, D. G. 

1953* New methods of pest control s; -s and 

biological control bear watching. Amer. 
Fruit Grower 73(2): 2u, 59. 

(185) Hamilton, Clyde . 

1953. New a~nra-ides against mites attac-dn, 

plants. Jour. Econ. Ent. ht: Uu2-Jui5« 

1 Hamilton, . ■• . , ind . '.umroerland, S. 

1953. Distribution and control of Far 

treat. Jour, ion. at. - -3. 

(187) Hanna, A. D. . , an i Juderv . 

mtrol of ' alybug victors of the ewollao 

a •«• 

•ure [: :■•:•.- 35. 

(188) Har .... . 

2. C of onion Prelim: 

insec . a Zealand Jour. 

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(189) Hartley, G. S. 

1951. Chemistry of systemic insecticides (an 
address). IXth. Internatl. Ent. Cong* 
(Netherlands), 7 pp. Pest Control Ltd., 
Cambridge, England. (1, 3) 

(190) and Heath, D. F. 

1951. Decomposition of radioactive octamethyl 
pyrophosph or amide in living plants* 
Nature [London] 167: 816. (1) 



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1951. First steps in the biochemistry of systemic 

insecticides (an address). XVth. Internatl. 

Chem. Cong. (New York) . 12 pp. Pest Control 

Ltd., Cambridge, England. (1, 3) 

(192) Heath, D. F., Hulme, J. M., Pound, D. W., and 

Whittaker, Mary 

1951 • Studies on commercial octamethyl- 

pyrophosphoramide (schradan). I. 

Composition and analysis. Jour. Sci. 

Food Agr. 2: 303-309. (l) 



1952. Anomaly of Systox. World Crops U: 397. (2) 



(19U) and Gilbert, S. 

1953* Organic phosphorus-containing compounds. 

British Patent 688,766. (3) 

(195) — Pound, Denis W., and Heath, Dennis F. 

1953* Organic phosphorus -containing compounds. 

British Patent 688,773. (3) 

(196) Heap, R., and Saunders, B. C. 

19U8. Esters containing phosphorus. Part VII. 
Substituted diaminofluorophosphine 
oxides. [London] Chem. Soc. Jour, 
pp. 1313-1316. (3) 

(197) Heath, D. F., and Casapieri, P. 

1951. Hydrolysis of dimethylamides of phosphoric 

acids. Trans. Faraday Soc. kl'- 1093-1101. (l, 3) 

(198) Lane, D. W. J., and Llewellyn, M. 

1952. Studies on commercial octamethyl pyro- 

phosphoramide. III. Decomposition of the 

insecticide in plants using * P as a tracer. 

IV. Decomposition of pyrophosphoric acid 

tetra-(dimethylamide) and orthophosphoric 

acid tri( dimethyl amide) in the living plant. 

Jour. Sci. Food Agr. 3: 60-73. (1) 



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Hatter 

(199) i • . 

1950. Effect of dbi feticides £ni fungicides on 

mushroom pests and diseasei. ".:::.: :. _: 

87-J . (1, 3 

(200) Hint z, Howard I . 

1953* Laboratory tests of acaracides on egps of 
• peal red rite. Jour. Fcon. Fnt. 

U6j 112-115, (2, 

(201) Hofferbert, *., and Ort , . 

19U6. Fin Vorschlag zur inneren Therapie der 
irtoffelpflanze gegen die Pfirsich- 
blattlaus ait Hilfe von "-605 f. 
Die Kartoffelwirtschaft, 1, H2. (3) 

(202) and Orth, H. 

1952. Weitere Versuche zur innern ~ .erapie der 
Kartoffelplanze gegen die .ch 
lattlaus. Hofchen-Eriefe '$-. 10-15. (2) 

(203) Hofmann-Credner, D., and Siedek, H. 

1952. Distribution and fate of schradan (bis- 
dimethylaminophosphonous anhydride ) in 
mammals, using a radioactive compound. 
Arch. Internatl. de tarmac odyr. . et de 
Ther. 69(1): 7U-61. 1 

(20U) Hofmaster, R. N., an. Greenwood, D. E. 

1953* Control of mites en strawberries in Virginia. 
Jour. Fcon. Fnt. I16: 22L-233. 

(205) Hopkins, D. P. 

1952. Systunic insecticides. Chem. Prod. 

[London] 15: 366-UOO. . 3) 

(206) Huckett, H. C. 

195l« Tests of acaricides for control of the 
two-spotted spider n-ite on lima beans 
on Long Island. Jour. Fcon. Fnt. 
Ull 192-196. 

(207) Huf faker, Carl B. 

19h£'. A technique for translocation of DDT in 
plants. Jour. "con. Fnt. Ll: 650-£- . 

(208) . ". . . Pooa, F, W. 

1936. Toxi tf s^lenium-rontainlng plants to 

aphida. Science 8L: 2 : . . (U) 



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(209) Hurd-Karrer, A. M. 

1936, Selenium absorption by plants and their 

resulting toxicity to animals, Smithsonian 

Rept. for 1935. Publ. 3361. pp. 289-301. (U) 

(210) Ivy, E. E., Iglinsky, Win. Jr., and Rainwater, C. F. 

1950. Translocation of octamethyl pyrophosphoramide 
by the cotton plant and toxicity of treated 
plants to cotton insects and a spider mite. 
Jour. Econ. Fnt. 1j3: 620-626. (l) 

(211) 

1952. Testing systemic insecticides. Agr. Chem. 

7(11): UU-U5, 121-123. (1) 

(212) 

1952. Systemic insecticides. Cotton Insect Control 

Conf. Proc. 6: 81-8U. (l, 2, 3) 

(213) 

1953. Systemic insecticides. Cotton Gin and Oil Mill 

Press 5U(6): 85-86. (l, 2, 3) 

(21ii) 

1953. Chemical characteristics of phosphorus compounds 
to kill aphids and spider mites by systemic 
action. Agr. Chem. 8(U): U7-50, 137, 139. (1, 2, 3) 

(215) — Rainwater, C. F., Scale, A. L., and Gorzycki, L. J. 

1953. Comparative effectiveness of the ethyl and methyl 

homologs of nine phosphorus compounds against 

four cotton pests. Jour. Econ. Ent. Ij6: 

630-633. (2, 3) 

(216) Jacks, H., and Lamb, K. P. 

1952. Glasshouse tests of organic insecticides 
against aphids on swedes. New Zealand 
Jour. Sci. Tech. 3l*A: 172-178. (1, 3) 

(217) Jacobs, H. L. 

1928. Injections of shade trees for the control 
of insects and diseases. Davey Tree 
Expert Co., Research Dept. Bui. 3, 
pp. 1-U> Kent, Ohio. ( Also in Rev. Appl. 
Mycol. 8: 1*73.) (U) 

(218) James, W. S. 

1950. A new systemic insecticide. Amer. Fert. and 

Allied Chem. 113(6): 11, 26. (2) 



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(215) Jarees, W. S. 

1950. Insecticides take a systemic turn. Natl. 
County Agent and 7o-Ag. Teacher 6(11): 
19, 23, 25. 1. 

(22C) 

1953 • More about Systox. Fruit aid Veg. Rev. 

1M2): 20» (2) 

1) Jancke, 0. 

1931. Beitrage zur innertherapeutischen Schadlings- 
bekampfung. Erste Mitteilung. Ztschr. f, 
Angew*. Ent. 18: 276-316. 



(222) 

195l» liter i nr.ertherapeutische Schadlingsbekasipfung. 

tag. f. Schadlingsk. 2h(9)'. 137-135. . 3) 



(223) 

1951 • Beitrage zur innertherapeutischen Chadlir.gs- 
bekajnofung. III. Ztschr. f. Pflanzenkrank. 
56: 179-185. (1) 

(2210 

19$1« Versuche zur inneren Therapie. L-iol. 

Zentralanst. f. Land u. Forstw. Mitt. 

70: 89-91. , 3) 



(225) 

1953. Systemische insektizide. Anz. f. Schadlir.gsk. 

26: 86-86. (1, 2, 3) 

(226) Jefferson, R, N. 

1951. Octaneti. . rophosphoramide and a trialkyl 

thiophoBphate for control of aphids on 
■ entaurea cyanus . Jour. Econ. Ent. 
Ih: 1021-1022. 

(227) and Clark 0. 

1952. Control of leaf miners and other insect rests 

of asters. Jour. Econ. Ent. U^: lub-LM. 

(228) Jenkenson, J« 1. ani llynne Jones, C, D, 

1 • :. ontrol of cauliflower Mosaic. Nature 16£: 336. 

(229) Jeppson, L. . 

19f. . studies with new acaricides to control 
citrus bui rite. Jcur. 

271-273. (lj 



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(230) Jeppson, L. R., Jesser, M. J., and Complin, J. W. 

19^2 • Tree trunk application as a possible method 
of using systemic insecticides on citrus. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. U5: 669-671. (l, 2) 

(231) 

1953 • Systemic insecticides — Entomological aspects 
of systemic insecticides. Jour, Agr, Food 
Chem. 1: 830-832. (1, 2, 3) 

(232) Johnson, Palle 

1953. Pestox III and bees. Bee World 3U: 8-9. (l) 

(233) Jones, G. D. G., and Thomas, W. D. E. 

1953. Contamination of nectar with the systemic 
insecticide ' schradan 1 . Nature [London] 
171: 263. (1) 

(23U) Kaiser, H. 

1953. Fatal case of Systox poisoning. Deut. apoth- 

Ztg. 93: U1-U2. (2) 

(235) Kelley, R. A. 

1950. Preliminary tests of a systemic insecticide for 

the control of aphides on potatoes. Ent. Soc. 

Ontario, 8lst Ann. Rpt. pp. 86-88. (2) 

(236) Kilby, B. A. and Kilby, M. 

19U7. The toxicity of alkyl fluorophosphonates in 
men and animals. Brit. Jour. Pharm. 
Chemotherapy 2: 23li-2l|0. (3) 

(237) 

19U9. Alkyl fluorophosphonates and related compounds. 

Research [London] 2: U17-U22. (3) 

(238) Kiplinger, D. C. and Fuller, G. 

19U6. Selenium studies with some flowering greenhouse 
plants. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Proc. 
U7: U51-U62. (U) 

(239) Kirby, A. H. M., and Frick, E. L. 

1951. The fungistatic activity of certain organophosphorous 

insecticides. Ana. Rept. East Mailing Research 

Sta. 1950. pp. 172-176. (1, 3) 

(2^0) Kozlova, E. N. and Dvortsova, E. I. 

1952. [Toxification of plants with organic (systemic) 

insecticides.] Vsesoyuzn. Akad. Selsk.-Khoz. 
Nauk im V. I. Lenina 17: Ixl-hQ [In Russian]. (3) 

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(2U1) Kosolap^ 

1950. A lo nyrc: .ates. 

D. J. Patent 2,502,966, (1) 

(2U2) Kramm, Fberhard 

53. Th th of penetration of eontaol ea 

in plant tissues. Z. I *ankh. 

Pflanzcnschutz. 6C I - . 

Leg, H. 

1952. Umvalzungen auf dem gebiete d^s 

Pflanzenachutzes. Seifen-ftle-Fette- 
■ise 7o(6): 132. 

(2Uli) Lamb, K. P., and Jacks, H. 

1952. Screening of acaricides for control of tomv 

russet r.ite in flasshouse. New Zealand Jour* 

Sci. "ech. 3uA: 327-33U. 1, 3) 

(2U5) Langford, George, Hardi: , ■ • dlice, C, and Lall, . S« 

1953. Newer insecticides for Japanese beetle control. 

Jour. Econ. Exit, U61 262-265. (1, 2, 3) 

(2h6) Lankes, J. J. 

1953. The fatal suck. Org, Far- . I 20-21, 38. .2) 

(2U7) Latham, R. 

: >0. Un nouvel insecticide. Rev. Agr. de 

Afrique du Nord. I48: 717-716. (1) 

(2L8) Leach, Paul H. 

1953. Organic phosphorus Doisoning in general 

practice. Calif." Med. 78: U91-U95. (1, 3) 

(2h9) Lehman, Arnold J. 

19^1. -al in roois: A report to the 

Association of Food and Drug Officials 

on current development. Assoc, rood and 

Drug Off. U. S., Quart. Bol, 1$: 122-133. 

Part II. Pesticiden. Section II. Dermal 

toxicity. 16: 3-9. . L*iochenistr 

16: 85-91. . 3) 

) Ulbj, . . 

latest on insect control throv. 
systemic Lni ides. Bette- ng 

todi 2U(l)i 

') Lepage, H. S., and Giannotti, 0. 

ides [In 
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(252) Lettieri, Nicola 

19^2. [Systemic insecticides] Gior. di Agr. 

della Domenica 62(li;): 110. [In Italian] (l) 

(2£3) Leukel, R. W. 

1°U0. Selenized soil as a control for aphids and 
red spiders on sorghum in the greenhouse* 
Phytopath 30: 27U-276. (U) 

(2£U) Lhoste, J., and Leibovici, C. 

1951. [Aphicidal power of octamethyl pyro- 
phosphor amide] Parasitica [Belgium] 
7(2): 37-UJU. [In French] (1) 

(255) Lichtenberger, J. 

1951. Recent progress in the field of fluorinated 

derivatives. Chim. e l 1 Indus. 33: U11-U20. (3) 

(2^6) Lickerish, L. A. 

19^3 • Studies on commercial octamethylpyro- 

phosphoramide (schradan). V. Insecticidal 

comparisons of the main constituents. Jour. 

Sci. Food and Agr. U: 2l|-28. (l) 

(2^7) Lienk, S. E., and Chapman, P. J. 

19^1 • Orchard mite studies in 195>0 • Jour. 

Econ. Ent. HU: 301-306. (l, 2) 

(2£8) Chapman, P. J., and Myburgh, Andre 

19!?2 • Evaluation of acaricides against three 
species of orchard mites. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. U5: 292-297. (2) 

(2^9) Dean, R. ¥., and Chapman, P. J. 

1952. Resistance of European red mite to 

parathion. Jour. Econ. Ent. hS' 1082. (2) 

(260) Lipman, C. B., and Gordon, A. 

1925. Tree injection cure for chlorosis in citrus 
trees. £th Ann. Placer County Fruit 
Growers Convention Proc. [Calif.], 
pp. 92-97. (h) 

(261) Little, Arthur D., Inc. 

1951. Inside dope. Indus. Bui. No. 281. 

Arthur D. Little, Inc. Cambridge, Mass. (l, 2) 



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(262) Loctanerj . . . 

1952. Systemic insecticides for the control of 
the cabbage aphid. Union South Africa 
Dep* . -. Sci. fcul. No. 333, 1U pp. 

(263) Locker, A., rod Siede - , . 

1952. [Increased choline c*.era3e activity in 

vitro in the presence of alkyl j. ites.] 

Experientia. Bl Ui6-lli8. [In - m] , 3) 

(26U) Ludvik, G. F., ana Decker, G. . 

1951 • The insecticidal properties of oone esters 
of phosphorus acids. Jour. Econ. "r.t. 
Wi: U05-U18. (1, 3) 

(265) Lukdicke, Manfred 

19U9. [Penetrating power of E-605 (Parathio:.) 
into living plant tissues] Pfl.- 
Krankh. Pflanzenschutz. 56: 31-3*. 
[In German]. (3) 

(266) 

19U9. Weitere Untersuchungen uber das Eindringung- 
svermogen des Insektizides E-605 in lebende 
Dflanzliche Jewebe. Anz. f. SohMdlingak« 

22: 56-62. (3) 

(267) Lusis, . 

1952. The effect of "Systox" on Drosoohila meianogaster 

Mg. H8f chen-Brief e 5: 225-238. (2) 

(268) Martelli, M. 

1952. Syste.Tlic insecticides (In Italian). Lnfomatore 

opatol 2: 9-11. . 3) 

(269) Vartin, Hubert, an 1 Shaw, H. 

19U7« Developments in methods and materials for the 

control of plant pests and diseases in Germany. 

:-'lnal '. rit. Intel. ObJ« 9ttb, "03m. 

[London], Ho. 1095, 93 pp. (l« 

(270) — 

,7. Important new discoveries in plant protection. 

jrowor [fegUnd] 27(17) 1 W • 

(271) 

,8. Selenium treatment is dan^eroua. Grower 

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(272) Martin, Hubert 

19h9» Systemic insecticidal properties induced in 
plants by treatment with fluorine and 
phosphorus compounds, Soc. Expt. Biol. 
Symposia 3: 105-110. (1, 3) 

(273) 

19U9. Insecticidal properties of certain organo- 
phosphorus compounds, Ann. Appl, Biol, 
36: 153-155. (1, 3) 

(27li) 

19h9* Organic phosphorus insecticides, Mfg. 

Chem. [London] 20: 158-165. (l, 3) 

(275) 

1950. Advances in chemical methods of crop 
protection. Jour, Sci, Food Agr, 
1(6): 163-167. (1, 2, 3) 

(276) 

1950. Factors affecting the practical employment 
of systemic insecticides, Canad, Ent. 
82(12): 21*7-21*9. (l, 3) 

(277) 

1950. The limitations and advantages of the new 

insecticides. Agriculture [England] 

57(1): 19-22. (1) 

(278) 

1951. Relationship between chemicals and 

insecticidal properties among chlorinated 

hydrocarbons and organic phosphates. 

11th Internatl, Congr, Pure Appl, Chem. 

Proc. [London, 191*7] 3: ll*3-U*7. (3) 

(279) 

1951. The chemical properties of certain organo- 
phosphorous compounds in relation to their 
use as insecticides, Ilnd. Internatl. 
Cong. Crop Protect., Proc. 191*9, pp. 277-278. (l) 

(280) 

1951. Agriculture insecticides. Soc. Chem. 

Indus. Rpt., Prog. Appl. Chem. 36: 689. (1, 3) 

(281) and Miles, J. R. W. 

1952. Guide to the chemicals used in crop 

protection. 236 pp. Sci. Service Lab. 
Univ. Western Ontario, (see Dp. 17, 90, 
173, 18U.) (1, 2, 3) 



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(282J Mason, :. ., and Phillis, . 

1937. A note on a nei of control for 

insect pests of the cotton plant. Fipire 

Cotton Growl. r. U*(U)» 3 - v. (h) 

(283) Matt/.ysse, J. Jr., an: Naofele, J. 

1950* Mites on woody plants and their control. 
26th Natl. Shade rS . , ftrOC* 
pp. 76-90. (1) 

(28U) and N'aegele, J. A. 

1952. Control of several tree and shrub leaf rr.Lr.er3. 

Jour. Boon. Bat. IS- 377-333. . 2) 

(285) and Naegele, J. A. 

1952. Spruce mite and southern red mite control 

experiments. Jour. T.con, L-Jnt. IxS' 363-387. , U) 

(286) Mazur, A. 

19U6. An enzyme in aninal tissues capable of hydrolysing 
the phosphor-fluorine bond of alkyl Q.U r :s- 
phates. Jour, ciochem. 16U: 271. Lj 

(287) McCombie, H., Saunders, B. C, Chapman, H« . and 

Heap, R. 

19Uii. The preparation of bismethylaminofluoro- 

phosphine oxide, rritish Patent 602,11^6. (3) 

(288) and Saunders, B. C. 

19U6. Fluoroacetates and allied comoounis. Nature [Lon 
156: 3 . 

(269) McLeod, W. S. 

l?5l. Present status of orchard acarieides in "ar.adflu 
Dept. Aj;r. Canada, Sci. Se . v. . 
Note Series ?-6. 

(290) 

1952. Summary of investigation/, on systemic insecticides 

in Canada. Dept. . 
u 'nt. Res. Note Serir. -7. 

(291) Melnikov, N. N. 

1953. Orr.anic compounds of phosphorus as insecticides. 

[In Russian]. Dtpekhl Kh . . - . (1, :. 

(292) Metca: . , . 

Poisoning tree para - . otassi.* oytmide. 

ience hi: . - (U) 



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(293) Metcalf, Robert L., and March, Ralph 

19U9. Studies of the mode of action of parathion 
and its derivatives and their toxicity to 
insects. Jour. Econ. Ent. U2: 721-728. (1, 3) 

(29k) and Carlson, Robert B. 

1950. Testing systemic insecticides against 
citrus pests. Calif. Citrog. 35(12): 
506, 518. (1) 

(295) and Carlson, Robert B. 

1950. Systemic pest control. Citrus Leaves 

30(9): 12-13, 26. (1, 2) 

(296) 

1951 • The colorimetric microestimation of human 
blood choline st erase and its application 
to poisoning by organic phosphate insecti- 
cides. Jour. Econ. Ent. kh: 883-890. (1, 3) 

(297) and March, Ralph B. 

1952. Behavior of octamethyl pyrophosphoramide in 

citrus plants. Jour. Econ. Ent. 1*5* 

988-997. (1) 

(298) Miallet, A. 

1950. Seves Empoisonniies. Prog. Agr. et Vitic. 

67(23-2U): 3U1-3U3. (U) 

(299) Michelbacher, A. E., and Bacon, 0. G. 

1953. Systox on walnuts in Northern California. 

Jour. Econ. Fnt. U6: 891-893. (2) 

(300) Mokrzecki, S. A. 

1903. Uber die innere Therapie der Pflanzen. 

Pflanzenkrank. 13: 257-265. (h) 

(301) Monsanto Chemical Company 

1953. Octamethyl pyrophosphoramide (OMPA). Monsanto 

Tech. Bui. ODB 53-11, 11 pp. (l) 

(302) Moore, W., and Ruggles, A. G. 

1915. The action of potassium cyanide when 

introduced into the tissues of a plant. 

Science U2: 33-36. (U) 

(303) Morrow, M. G. 

1952. Plants that kill insects. Sci. News Letter 

61: 330-332. (2, 3) 



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(307) 



(308) 






(30U) ' • • L«j and /.Man, ". 

1913. Selenium poisoning. Physiol. «r, . (ti) 

■ Bller, .' . 

192li. ^ur innere Therapie der Pfla; md< 

Mil. f. Angov. Bat. Us 26-; . (3, l) 

(306) 



1926, Die innere Therapie der PflanMD. Monog. 
Angew. Ent. No. 6 (Supp. to Zt 
Angev ' r.t. 12), 206 pp. (3, U) 



1926. Vercuche zur inneren Therapie der Friar.-*:-- . 

Anz. f. Schadlingsk. 2(12): 157-1 ■ (3, 



1927. Versuche zur inneren TheraDie der Pflar.z^n. 
Anz. f. Schadlingsk. }: "(3) 2, 29-33; (1*) 

(309) Murphy, J. 

1953. Plants bite back. Wis. Country Mag. t|6(6)t 12. (1) 

) Neiswander, C. R., and Norris, V. .. 

19U0. Introduction of selenium into plant tissues as 
a toxicant for insects and nites. Jour* 
Boon. Ent. 33: 517-52$. 

(311) Neiswander, R. B. 

1952. Control of miles on woody ornamental plants. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. U5: 373-376. 

(312) Newcomer, E. J., and Dean, F. P. 

19^3. Malathion, EPN, Systox, aramite, and combir.a* ions 
control mites reristant to parathi^r.. Far* 
-nicals 116(7): 30-32. 

(313) and Dean, F. P. 

1953« Control of orchard mites resistant to parathirr.. 
. Econ. Bat. \d I 89U-6 . 

OH) . John 

>$2. Systemic L -ides and the n*»aly bug 

vectors of swollen-shoot virus of cocoa. 
Nature [London] U 



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(315) N. S. Wales Dept. Agric. 

19^2 • Preparation Gl6S or Systox — Promising new 
systemic insecticide. Agr. Gaz. N. S, 
Wales LXIII(2): 89. (2) 

(316) O'Brien, R. D., and Spencer, E. Y. 

1953* Schradan - metabolism of ocfcamethylpyro- 
phosphor amide. Jour, Agr. Food Chem. 
1: 9U6-950. (1) 

(317) Owen, W. L., Hanna, R. L., and Gaines, J. C. 

1952. Insecticidal control of greenbugs. Tex. 

Agr. Expto Sta. Prog. Rpt. 11*38, pp. 1-lw (2, 3) 

(318) Peretz, J. 

1951. [The application of systemic insecticides for 

the control of insect pests] Hassadeh 

31(5): 251-253. [In Hebrew] (1, 3) 

(319) Perucci, Emo 

1952. Controlling aphids on tobacco plants by 

systemic insecticides. Tabacco 56: 

362-369. (1, 2) 

(320) Pest Control, Ltd. 

1951. Important advance in fight against swollen 

shoot; progress in control of mealybugs. 

London Colonial Office, Inform. Dept. 2 pp. (3) 

(321) Pianka, M. 

1953. Sytam, a new systemic insecticide. World 

Crops 5: 117. (3) 

(322) Pound, Denis W. 

1953. Organic phosphorus-containing compounds. 

British Patent 688,760. (3) 

(323) Hartley, Gilbert S., Heath, Dennis F., and 

Hulme, Joseph M. 

1953. Organic phosphorus-containing compounds* 

British Patent 688,787. (3) 

(32U) Pierson, H. B. 

1927. Control of the bronze birch borer by 

forest management. Jour. Forestry 25s 

68-72. (3) 

(325) Pittsburgh Agricultural Chemical Company 

1952. A revolutionary new insect killer (Systox). 

Chem. and Engin. News 30: 2235. (2) 



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(326) Post, R. L., M j | . .-. . , an ■ ■ ,, J. ... 

1. Insect control and yields fr . .al 

plots - l • . • •. , ; . 

Agr. ota. 13: 15 - i (1) 

(327) Pratolongo, Ugo 

1952. Endotherapic or systemic Insecticides. 

ma] 22: 13U8-13! u 
[In Italian wit: naaaxy] . 3) 

(32 -:tchard, A. E., and Sclaroni , ' . H. 

195l« "hrysanthemur : New chemicals pa lag 

against two-spotted SDider r.ite and aohids, 
Calif. Agr. 3(U): 10," 12. (1) 

(325) Questel, D. D., and Conr.in, ".. V. 

19h7 • A chemical treatment of soil which produces 

plant tissue lethal to European corn borer. 

Jour. F,con. Ent. U0: 9Ui-915. (3) 

(330) Connin, P.. V., an. ^ertler, S. I. 

19li9. The toxic cr repellpnt action to the 

European corn borer of corn plants grown 

in soil treated with various compounds. 

U. S. bur. '.-Int. Plant Qoar, - , 9 pp. . U) 

(331) and Bradley, . . 

1951. Mortality of aphids and European corn borers 

feeding on corn plants groMB in soil treated 
with bis-(2-(2-fluoroethcxy)ethoxy) nethane. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. kh: 259-26. . (3) 

(33?) Rainwater, ;;. . 

1953. Systemic insecticides show P -sise. What ' s New 

'in Crops and Soils $(7)1 Lb -IS (1» •"• 

(333) Reynolds, H. T., Van Den Bosc; . , ., | ietrick, E. J. 

1953. 3ystox on cotton; syster.ic insecticide M :'ul 

in Southern California control tests. Said . 
Agr. -:f. Sta.) 7^U): 8. 

( 33U) Anderson, L. J., and Swift, . 

19$3. Tests with two systemic insr ■ $& on 

vegetable ai M aid crops in Southern 
California. Joi . , . . -$60« 2) 

133S') Rich, . . 

2. A review of studies on th. -. - X I trol 

of livestock . . 

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(336) Richmond, G. L. G. 

1952. Systemic insecticide,, Essex Farmers 1 Jour. 

31(2): 15-16. (1) 

(337) Rider, J. Alfred, Schulman, Sidney, Richter, Richard B., 

Moeller, Jugo C., and DuBois, Kenneth P. 

1951 • Treatment of Myasthena gravis with octamethyl 

pyrophosphoramide (a preliminary report). 

Jour. Am, Med. Assoc. 11*5(3): 967-972. (1) 

(338) Ellinwood, L. E., and Coon, J. M. 

1952. Tolerance to octamethyl pyrophosphoramide 

(OMPA). (abs.) Fed. Proc. 11: 386. (l) 

(339) Ellinwood, L. E. and Coon, J. M. 

1952* Production of tolerance on the rat to octamethyl 
pyrophosphoramide. Soc. Expl. Biol. ued. Proc. 
81: 1*55-1*59. (1) 

(3U0) Ridgeway, Henry W. 

1951 • Aerosols for control of pests in the 

greenhouse. Florists' Exch. 117(25): 

10, U2. (1, 2) 

(3U1) Rings, Roy W. 

1952. Experimental control of plum curculio 
on peaches. Jour. Econ. Ent. Ir5: 
U36-1M. (1, 2, 3) 

(3U2) Ripper, W. E. 

19h9. A new systemic insecticide. Ent. Res. 

Bui. [London] 1*0: 1|. (l) 

(3U3) 

19li9. Insecticide compositions. British Patent 679,631* (1, 3) 

(3hh) Greenslade, R. M., and Lickerish, L. A. 

19U9. Combined chemical and biological control 
of insects by means of a systemic 
insecticide. Nature [London] 163: 
787-789. (1) 

(3U5) 

1950» New systemic selective insecticide. 

Mfg. Chem. [London] 21: 65-68. (l) 

(31,6) 

1950» New selective and systemic insecticide. 

Agr. Chem. 5(1): 29, 81;-85. (l) 

(3U7) 

1950. The outlook for systemic insecticides. Down 

to Earth 6(3): 13-16. (1, 3) 



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(3U6) , . . 

>0. Pect killers .-. • • . 

popa 2: hll-hll. 

(3ii?) reenslade, . '•*.,■ . . S. 

l?$o. A new systemic insecticide bis (bis- 

dl Lno phocphonous) anhydride. 

. 1. [Londo:. . t .. L-5 1. (1) 

(350) 

1951. Outlook for ayateui - :ides. Jitrus 

Grower No. 207, 9-12. (1) 

(35D Creenslade, ... . 

1951. Selective insecticides and biological 

control. Jour. ocon. '-.nt. JUi: uiit-)i59. 

(352) 

1951. Insect control and the new systemic insecticide 

for hops. Inst. Brewing Jour. 57: 119-122. (1) 

(353) 

1952. Systemic insecticide: , an address) Illrd. 

Intematl. Cong. Crop Protect. [Paris] 

56 pp. Pest Control, Ltd., Cambridge, %ad , 2, }) 

1>$\\) Abel, A. L.j Greenslade, - . M., - , . ., 

and Shorrock, R. tf. 

1952. Pest control farmer: .Ed. 10, 

10h pp. Pest Control, Ltd. a-.b ridge, 

•land. . 3) 

355) Roa, K. ". igaraje, end Krlflhnasvsjqr, 

1952. Preliminary Studies on systemic insecticides. 

mt PTOt. ul. [New Delhi, India] •: : ' - . . 3) 

(356) Roexk, R. C 

19u^. Feeding chemicals to plants and an: 'or 

pest control. Jour. Boon. Rttt« ; -• . (U) 

(357) P.obb, Rosemary I. 

195C L ^ trials with some of th>.> newer 

inaec tic ides a a seal- 1 

(oaiasoti* species). East •'■•'•. | r. 
7-228.' 

b) Rn- ... 

rays. 
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(359) Roesler, R. 

1952. The gooseberry mite ( Bryobia praetiosa Koch) 
in the palatinate. Httfchen ~ rief e £(1): 
15-18. (2) 

(360) Ronnebeck, V/olfgang 

1952. Weitere Beitrage zur Bekampfung von 

Myzodes Persicae tSulzer als Virusubertrage 

im Kartoffelfeld. Ztschr. f . Pflanzenkrank. 

59: 13-25. (2) 

(361) Rosella, E. 

1951. A l'aide d 1 insecticides "systemics"; on pourra 

peut-etre bientot aider les hybrides a resister 
au Phylloxera et replanter vignes sur vignes. 
Terre d'Oc 33: 281-283. 

(362) Ross, S. D., and Broatch, J. D. 

1951. A review of the swollen shoot control campaign 
in the Gold Coast. Cocoa, Chocolate and 
Confectionery Alliance, Ltd., Rpt. Cocoa 
Conference, West African Cocoa Research 
Institute, Tafo. pp. I6I4-I67. (3) 

(363) Rumbold, C. T. 

1920. The injection of chemicals into chestnut 

trees. Araer. Jour. Bot. 7(1): 1-20. (U) 

(36U) Sanford, F. 

191U. An experiment on killing tree scales by 

poisoning the sap of the tree. Science 

UO: 519-520. (k) 

(365) 

1915. In regard to the poisoning of trees by potassium 

cyanide. Sci. Ul: 213-211*. (U) 

(366) Santa Maria, Hector C. 

19U9. [New technique of application of chlorinated 

insecticides. I. Incorporation of hexachloro- 

cyclohexane into the cell sap of plants.] 

Univ. Nacl. La Plata, Facultad Agron. Lab. 

Zool. Agron. Bol., No. 11, pp. 5-20. 

[In Spanish] (3) 

(367) Sasser, J. N., Feldmesser, J., and Fassuliotis, G. 

1951. Studies on the control of golden nematode 

of potatoes with Systox spray (E-1059), an 

organic phosphate insecticide. Plant 

Disease Rptr. 35: 152-155. (2) 



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laser, • . . 

1952. iystox C trol of nematodes. ..-r. 

11): 12-] . 

(369) 

1952, Control of root-knot nematodes ^__ g 

spp. ) with Systox spray _ - ' i 

•:ic phosphate li "ide. Fl 

Disease i.ptr. 36: 226-233. (2) 

(370) ochafe:-. 

1953. The activity of the dorsal vessel of the aphid, 

Aphl3 sa~ouci , after p oisoning by ra 

insecticides* (In German wd LI b ...-..). 

Z. Pflanzenkrankh. u Pflanzenscn_tz. 

60: 3U-: .. -.2) 

37U Schenk, P. J. 

1953* Systemic insecticides [In Dutch], froeoto 

en ftruit 8: 576-577. L, 2, 3) 

(372) 

1953. Control of plant enemies through systemic 
insecticides [In Flemish]. Cult, en 
Handel 19: 207-209. , ,3) 

(373) Scherer, C. M. 

1927. Tree injections for the control of fv. 
diseases and ir.s^ct pests. 
Phytopathology 17: 51. . U) 

(37U) Schladtschak, B. 

1952. Probleme des Forstschultzes 1- ■'ienerwuld, 

auwllts der Donauauen bei tfleilj Id, 

den ."deauff orstungen i: 

und den Wohlfahrtsauff orstungen im Seewinkel 
des Borgenlanda8« Osterr. Vrtljsc •• f. 
Forstw. 93(3): 17L-199. 

(375) Scl r, ■!. 

1951. "Systoa neues .'chadlir.ga- 

bekampfung, t. 

. lora 7U: 13 y - l ■ 

(376) ler, . 

. . of new insec- ?. 

«1. O't . . . . n . 
[Lon-lvi] N . '•: . *vised), I ■ 



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(378) 



(379) 



(380) 



(381) 



(382) 



(383) 



;38U) 



(385) 



1951 • Zur Kenntnis neuer Insecktizide auf 
Grundlage organischer phosphor 
Verbindungen. Ztschr. f . Angew. 
Ent. 33: 328-3UO. 



Subject 
Matter 



(377) Schrader, G. 

1950 • Organische Phosphor-verbindungen als 

neuartige Insektizide (Auszug). Angew. 

Chem. 62(20): U71-U73 • (l) 



1951. Neutral esters of thiophosphoric acid, 

U. S. Patent 2,571,989. (2) 



195l» Neutral esters of thiophc, ohoric acid. 
U. S. Patent 2,597,53^ aerman Patent 
818,352. (2) 



1952. Die Entwicklung neuer Insectizide auf 
Grundlage organischer Fluor- und 
Phosphorverbindungen. Hdfchen-Briefe 
5: U5-57. (1,3) 



1952. Die Entwicklung neuer Insectizide auf 
Grundlage organischer Fluor- und 
Phosphorverbindungen. Weinheim: 
Verlag-Chemie, CMBH. 96 pp. (1, 2, 3) 



1952. Acyl verbindungen der Dialkoxy-Seleno- 

phosphorsauren. German Patent 8l8,Oi;6. (3) 



1952. Neutral selenolDhosphorsaure ester. 

German Patent 830,262. (3) 



1952. The development of systemic insecticides 

based on organic phosphorus compounds. 

Hof chen-Brief e 5: 161-171. (1, 2, 3) 

(386) Schuder, D. L. 

1951. Systemic insecticides. Hoosier Hart. 

33(9): 1U2-1UU. (1, 2, 3) 

(387) Schulman, S., Rider, J. A., and Richter, R.B. 

1953. Use of octamethyl pyrophosphoramide in the 

treatment of Myasthenia gravis . Jour. 

Am. Med. Assoc. 152: 1707-1711. (l) 



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(386) Servi, . 

1952. Syste . lie- In Italian]. 

. Tosc. 7:352-3b'3. L, i. 

(389) Shattuck, . . 

1915* Effect inide in trees. 

Science Ul: 32U. 

(390) Shenefelt, R. I . 

1952. Soil insecticides for nurseries. A-r.er. 
Assoc. Econ. Ent. Ko« Cent. States. 
Proc. 7« 88, .2) 

(391) Simpson, Hobert .. 

1951* The residual systemic toxicity of DOT and 
parathion in potato tubers. Jour. 
California-..yo~ing Acad. Sci. 1,3): 

(392) Skinner, Henry T. 

19U&. Selenium and the insect pests of boxwood. 
Morris Arboretum Bal« (fair. Pa.] 
U(9): 73-79. 

(393) Sleesman, J. P. 

1951. Control of insects on vegetable crops. 

Amer. Assoc. Scon, Ent. No. • . tates 

Br. Proc. 6: 16. (1) 

(39U) Smit, Bernard 

1951* Chemical control of insect pests. Farming 
in So. Africa 26(299): U9-51. 

(395) Smith, . ., and Pulton, '. . 

19U9. Variation in resistance of two-spot' 

SDider mites to aerosols and sprays. 

Florists' Batch. 113(23)i IS . - . 

(396) and Clifford, Paul A. 

19$0. Translocation of p«\rathion from foliage 
I ons. Jour. Boon. * . U3* 
-712. 13) 

(397) lltOD, K. A., and Hall, S, A. 

). Tor of organic pi ites 1 

spotted spider mite and the f 
aphd I. .Jour. Boon. v r.t. :. : 



19 • rol c: reenhouses. Ar.- 

ton • 
Proc. 6 t 113. -2) 



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(399) Smith, F. F., and Fulton, R. A. 

1951. Another organic insecticide: A report 

on octamethyl pyrophosphoramide. South. 

Florist and Nurseryman 6U(17): 8U-87. (l) 

(Uoo) 

1951* Progress report on the use of systemic 

pesticides (abs.). Anor. Assoc, Econ. 

Ent. No. Cent. States Br. Proc. 6: 7-9. (1, 2, 3) 

(U01) and Fulton, R. A. 

1951. OMPA experiments: New control of spider 

mites and aphis. Florists' Rev. 108: 

21-22. (1) 

(U02) and Fulton, R. A. 

195>1. Octamethyl pyrophosphor amide for the control 
of spider mites and aphids on greenhouse 
ornamentals. Florists' Exch. Il6(2k): 
9, 1+0. (1) 

(1,03) ~ 

1952. Spider mites and resistance. Insects, 

Yearbook of Agriculture, 195?. p. 656. (l) 

(UOU) Soulie, J. 

1952. Les Insecticides Systemiques. Soc. 

d'Kort. de la Haute-G-aronne, Ann. 
(Ser. 5) 2U: 328-333. 

(1;05) Spencer, E. Y., and O'Brien, R. D. 

1953. Schradan, enhancement of anticholinesterase 

activity in octamethyl -pyrophosphoramide by 

chlorine. Jour* Agr. Food Chem. 1: 716-720. (l) 

(U06) Stahmann, M. A., Casida, J. E., and Allen, T. C. 

1953 • Enzymatic and chemical oxidation of phosphoramides 
to biologically active phosphoramide oxides 
(abs.). Fed. Proc. 12: 273. (l) 

(U07) Stanley, W. W. 

1952. Tests with Systox on cotton and snap beans, 
(abs.;. Assoc. So. Agr. Workers Proc. 
U9* 82-83. (2) 

(U08) Starker, Charles H. 

1952. Problems of insect pest control discussed 

at Pacific Slope A. A. E. E. Meets. Agr. (1, 2 

Chem. 7(8): U-U3. 3, h) 



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(U09) Star 

1950 • ion and translocation of inae I >:a 

th.- Lasts* Jour* 

Bcon, • . 1 X -3U2« 

(UlO) -tatt, ri: 

1553. The use of certain toxic ch^.icals in 
agricultur.1 rracticc. 
Jour. 30: $9-4 7. 

(Ull) Stein, L a H., Al^er, ."ikvah, -sen, -. . 

1952, 1'he movement cf a m - - -ed 

insecticide in groundnut plants. J. 
Sci. Food Agr. 3(1): 31-37. 

{1x12) Steudel, Wen 

1952. Control cf the yellow leaf of beets by control 

of the vector by cha-.icals. I. The effect 

of Systox upon the aphid infestation cf beets. 

Z. Pflansenkrankh. u. . 

59: U.6-U29. (2) 

(U13) Surface, H. A. 

191h» Cyanide of potassium in trees. Science 

h : e$2-e.5h. (U) 

■1.11.) Taschenber , . . 

1953* Control of grape berry moth with synthetic 
organic insecticides. Jour. Econ. Fnt, 
U61 77-Cli. (2) 

(U15) Taubitz, I . 

1951* Scha'dlinirsbekampfung 1 

therapeutische x flan^t r.schutzjrdtt . 

Obstbauberatur. btbl, (6)l 10-11, . 2) 

(U16) Thenard, . 

1953. Insecticides et acaricides syst- 

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(hi?) Thiem, H. 

1931. Znr inner rherapeutischen s- 

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(1|19) Tilemans, E. M. and Dormal, S. 

1952. Toxicity of economic poisons toward man 
and warm-blooded animals. Parasitica 
[Belgium] 8: 6U-89. (l) 

(1*20) Tirelli, Kario 

19^2« Treating tatacco plants with systemic 

insecticides. Tabacco 56: 355-361, (1) 

(1*21) Tolkmith, Henry 

1953* Organic polyphosphorus compounds. III. 

A new synthesis principle for octamethyl- 

pyrophoramide (OMPA). Jour. Am. Chem. 

Soc. 75: 5276-5278. (1) 

(122) Topley, B. 

1950. Insecticidal phosphorus compounds. Chem. 

and Indus. [London] S859-S868. (1, 3) 

(1*23) Trelease, S. F., and Trelease, Helen M. 

1937* Toxicity to insects and mammals of foods 
containing selenium. Am. Jour. Eot. 
l*(7): 10*8-1*51. (U) 

(l*2li) Tsi, Chao-Seng 

1950 • Protection against aphids by seed treatment. 

Nature [London] 166: 909-910. (l) 

(1*25) Turner, Neely, Woodruff, Nancy, Saunders, D. H. and 

Eisner, Abner 

19i*8. Toxicity of nicotine, nicotinium salts and 
related compounds by injection. Conn. 
(New Haven) Agr. Expt. Sta. Eul. No. 521, 
28 pp. (3) 

(1*26) Unterstenhofer, G. 

19U8. E-605 als Insektizid im Obstbau. Httfchen 

Brief e. 1: 20 o (3) 

(1*27) 

1950. Uber den gegenwartigen Stand der inneren 

Therapie der Pflanze. Ztschr. Pflanzen- 

krank. 57(H.7/8): 272-281. (1, 3) 

(1*28) 

1951 • Neue Entwicklungsmtiglichkeit in der 
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268-275. (2) 















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(129; , G. 

ffber das inr.prtherapeutis id 

t. Lai . Meded« 

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1952. tfber wesen und r;erenwar: 

in: • • . . -de 

Pflar.zen .. . I ■ - I . 



II) Var.ipv, A. D. 

195l» [ ' xr^ri-.' nts with insecticides that penetr?-- 

into plant tissue]. Vseso; . . - . - 

_ . Nauk : . . Lenina 1' • :..-.. 
[In Russian] 

(Ii32) Verona, 0. and Picci, . 

1952. Intorno all'azior.e esercitat da .^ 

sistenici Bulla -ora del terrer.o. 
L'Agricoltura Italiana, LIU VII. M, Z.), 
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(U33) Viado, G. . 

1951* Systemic insecticides. Agr. and Indus. Life 

[Philippine] 13(10)i 6, 26. , h) 

ilker, P. T. 

1953. Action of insecticides on a stem ;orrr of oai 

the frit fly. Nature [London] 172: - . .3) 

(135) Wallace, Philip P. 

1951* Cctar.ethv'lpyrophosnhora-.ide. Jd . "on. 

(1) 

(U36) Webster, R. L. 

1951. New Insecticides: their use, 1 I or.6 a 

hazard to hunan heal' . . . .a. 
.:• .'. 6li. 67 pp. . - ■• 

(U37) Wedding, Randolph T., and Netealf, . . 

; >2. Translocation of radios 

. ie in black I 
bean plants. t« ax. Ill* I - \1) 

(Uf ) ... , . L. 

1953* Translocation of systemic insecticides measured 
radioactive tracers. Jali . I rx>,;. } : 

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Wedding, Randolph T. 

195>3. Systemic insecticides — Plant physiological 
aspect of the use of systemic insecticides* 
Jour, Agr. Food Chem. 1: 832-831*. 

Weiss, F. A. 

1953. Systemic pesticides. Nat'l. Hort. Mag. 
32: 10li-105. 

Wene, George, P., and White, A. N. 

1952. Toxicity of new insecticides to cabbage 
aphids. Jour. Econ. Ent. 1*5: 118-120. 



(Uhh) 

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1953* Control of the serpentine leaf miner on 
peppers. Jour. Econ. Ent. U6: 789-793* 

West, J. 

1951 • Progress of work at WACRI on systemic 

insecticides carried out with Pest Control 
Limited. Cocoa, Chocolate and Confectionery 
Alliance, Ltd., Rpt. Cocoa Conference, West 
African Cocoa Research Institute, Tafo, 
pp. 86-92. 

White, H. E. and Whitcomb, W. D. 

19l*6. Sodium selenate for red spider control 

in Massachusetts, Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 
Proc. hi'- 503-506. 

Widmer, R. E. 

19^2. Systemic insecticides. MEGA 12(5): 10-11, 19. 

Williams, H. H. 

1953 • Detection of organic phosphate exposure. 
Farm Res. (N. Y. Sta. ) 19(3): 9. 

Wilson, Clarence W. , Williams, John P., and 
Miller, David H. 

1952. Hazard of cholinergenic crisis during 
treatment of Myasthenia gravis with 
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Internatl. Med. 37: 57U-579. 

Wilson, G. Fox 

1951* Systanic insecticides. [London] Roy. 
Hort. Soc. Jour. 76: 165-168. 

Wilson, John W. 

1952. Treliminary investigations of systemic 
insecticides. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 
Proc. 6U: 117-119. 



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(h$0) Wirth, V.'olfgang 

1953* Zur Phamakolo^ie der Phosphorsaure ester. 
Arch. Exper. Path. u. Pharmacol. 21 I 
UiL-l$2. 

(USD Young, M. T., and Gaines, ::. ~. 

3. Control of insects and spider rites en cotton 

in 1952. Jour. Econ. "Ent. u6: 693-^ (2) 

(1452) Zattler, . 

1951. Versuche r.it Systox und anderer. inr.ert.\erapeutischen 
. w J.tteln gepan rote bpinr.raJ.ber. und L ze 

bei Hopfen. Httfchen-.'riefe f. '.'iiss. 
I Taxis I41 132-168. 

(U53) Zeid, Kahmoud M, I., and Cutkornp, L. 

195l« Effects associated with toxicity and plant 
translocation of three phosphate Lnsec* - 
cides. Jour. Econ. Ent. LuU : c^' - .3) 

(U5U) Zia-ud-bin 

195l« Tests of lindane and other insecticides far 

the control of Lygus oblineatu: . Jour, 

Econ. Ent. Uh: 773-779. . 3) 

lli55) Zuckerman, S. 

1951. Toxic chemicals in agriculture (Report to 

the Minister o^ mlturt and "isheries 

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